This unique museum in Bad Schlema, a small town in the Ore Mountains of Saxony, Germany, is dedicated to the region’s history of uranium mining. During the time of the German Democratic Republic, a large mining enterprise was set up here to supply the Soviet Union with radioactive metal.
Located inside the impressive Kulturhaus Aktivist, an example of a Communist assembly house for workers, the Museum Uranbergbau (Uranium Mining Museum) offers insights into the working conditions, cultural life, and general political entanglements of East Germany.
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